Student Government

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The Central Student Judiciary affirmed the decision of LSA senior Tyler Ziel, LSA SG elections director, on two GroupMe messages sent during the voting period that could have disqualified LSA juniors Selena Bazzi and Josiah Walker’s ticket from the election in a ruling released Wednesday.

Ziel ruled the messages were minor violations of the election code, which would warrant two demerits total as opposed to six demerits if a major violation was found, thus disqualifying the duo.

Members of the LSA Student Government Executive Board expressed support for awarding major violations against LSA juniors Selena Bazzi and Josiah Walker in the LSA SG executive ticket race.

Members of the LSA Student Government Executive Board expressed support for awarding major violations against LSA juniors Selena Bazzi and Josiah Walker in the LSA SG executive ticket race, which would disqualify them, according to an

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The University of Michigan Central Student Government met virtually Tuesday night to discuss the confirmation of the Student Organization Funding Committee chair and the spring and summer term budget. Tuesday’s meeting was the last of winter semester.

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On April 1 and 2, LSA students voted between two tickets for LSA Student Government president and vice president: one with juniors Jordan Schuler and Sai Pamidighantam and the other with juniors Selena Bazzi and Josiah Walker.

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On April 1 and 2, LSA students voted between two tickets for LSA Student Government president and vice president: one with juniors Jordan Schuler and Sai Pamidighantam and the other with juniors Selena Bazzi and Josiah Walker.

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On April 1 and 2, LSA students voted between two tickets for LSA Student Government president and vice president: one with juniors Jordan Schuler and Sai Pamidighantam and the other with juniors Selena Bazzi and Josiah Walker.

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At a virtual meeting Tuesday, the University of Michigan Central Student Government debated the handling of the selection of the next Student Organization Funding Committee chair and the ability of the Ethics Committee to open investigations into Assembly members leading up to elections.

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The Central Student Government Student Organization Funding Committee distributes $500,000 to student organizations every semester on a refund system. With student organizations canceling all in-person events following Gov.

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The University of Michigan Central Student Government held its second meeting online Tuesday night to discuss plans for the remainder of the semester amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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The University of Michigan Central Student Government’s 10th Assembly was sworn in over BlueJeans by third year Law student Henry Zurn Tuesday night.